With a flawless record, AGO have topped Group D at the WESG European & CIS Finals, which will now enter the knockout stages.
The Polish team lived up to their billing as group favourites and won all four matches rater convincingly, only once allowing an opponent to reach double digits.
The biggest surprise of the group came from Limitless. The French team finished in second place after winning three matches, including the one against fnatic, who gave a disappointing account of themselves but still progress to the playoffs following wins over bottom-finishers Fragsters and RESISTANCE.
Below you can find the final standings of Group D:
All 12 teams reaching the playoffs have earned spots at the WESG World Finals, which means that there is only prize money on the line now. Below you can find the match-ups for the promotion stage, which will determine the final four teams making it to the quarter-finals:
The winners of this promotion stage will join the following four teams in the quarter-finals: